Exposure Visits for Farmers

Outside the State:
Some  enterprising  farmers  would  be given  the  exposure  to  success  stories  in agribusiness outside  the  state  during  the  Project period.  The  farmers  would  learn  from  successful  agri- business projects outside the state and replicate the success stories in the state. The farmers linked to Project activities under Component B would be selected for exposure visit outside the state. The exposure to successful agri-business Project would help them to establish enhanced market linkages, leading to increased productivity and income. Each department will select the farmers in the catchment area of respective Project activities under their control on the basis of predefined criteria. A total of 16 batches (a batch of 30 farmers) would be sent on exposure visits from second  to sixth year of the project. Each exposure visit would be of 5-10 days duration with predefined destinations.

Within the State:
The interested  and enterprising farmers would also need to be given exposure of successful agri-business  projects within the state. This would go a long way in ensuring replication of activities in large numbers leading to success of the project. The relevant Line Department will select representative farmers linked to Project activity under Component B for exposure visits. The exposure  visits  will  be arranged  in batches,  each  batch comprising 30  farmers during second to sixth year period of the Project.

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Outside the State:
Some  enterprising  farmers  would  be given  the  exposure  to  success  stories  in agribusiness outside  the  state  during  the  Project period.  The  farmers  would  learn  from  successful  agri- business projects outside the state and replicate the success stories in the state. The farmers linked to Project activities under Component B would be selected for exposure visit outside the state. The exposure to successful agri-business Project would help them to establish enhanced market linkages, leading to increased productivity and income. Each department will select the farmers in the catchment area of respective Project activities under their control on the basis of predefined criteria. A total of 16 batches (a batch of 30 farmers) would be sent on exposure visits from second  to sixth year of the project. Each exposure visit would be of 5-10 days duration with predefined destinations.

Within the State:
The interested  and enterprising farmers would also need to be given exposure of successful agri-business  projects within the state. This would go a long way in ensuring replication of activities in large numbers leading to success of the project. The relevant Line Department will select representative farmers linked to Project activity under Component B for exposure visits. The exposure  visits  will  be arranged  in batches,  each  batch comprising 30  farmers during second to sixth year period of the Project.

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